Lascar EL-USB-VAC - USB Vaccine Monitoring Kit

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Lascar Electronics has paired its EL-USB-TP-LCD thermistor probe data logger with a glycol bottle thermistor probe for users who need a complete vaccine temperature monitoring system. The EL-USB-TP-LCD displays and records over 32,000 readings from the supplied thermistor probe.

It features an LCD and push-button which allow the user to cycle through the most recent, highest and lowest stored temperature readings. EL-WIN-USB software enables quick configuration and data download via the USB port. Supplied with glycol bottle thermistor probe, long-life lithium battery, traceable calibration certificate and software.

EasyLog USB is compatible with the following 32bit and 64bit operating systems (other operating systems
are currently not supported):

  • Microsoft Windows 7
  • Microsoft Windows 8.1
  • Microsoft Windows 10 (32bit and 64bit)

This product meets and exceeds CDC standards for vaccine monitoring.

This product comes with a calibration certificate issued at 2 and 8°C. It typically takes around 2 weeks to calibrate this product, please place your order today and our sales team will then confirm the exact delivery date.

General DescriptionEL-USB-TP-LCD thermistor probe data logger with a glycol bottle thermistor probe
TypeVaccine Monitoring Kit
Communications ProtocolUSB
Accuracy±0.1°C (±0.2°F)
Logging IntervalUser selectable between 1 second and 12 hours
Ambient Operating Temperature-35 to 60°C (-31 to 140°F)
Max. Temperature60°C / 140°F
Min. Temperature-40°C / -31°F
Power ConsumptionBattery life: 2 Years
Standards MetCalibration Certificate Supplied at 2 and 8°C
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Data Sheet - EL-USB-VAC USB Vaccine Monitoring Kit

Data loggers are essential temperature monitoring devices for fridges and freezers storing vaccines. Lascar offers a range of vaccine monitoring kits that follow both CDC and NHS guidelines and that include a digital data logger, a glycol bottle probe and